Update on Tom How’s superb synchronisation program (ssp)

I have two desktops and a single laptop connected up to three M26C cameras in the mini-WASP observatory.  I fired up Tom How’s synchronisation program to make sure it can control 3 cameras o.k. – it did of course.  Next test was to see if I could take LONG exposures with cameras 1 & 2 (as if I was taking narrowband data) whilst taking multiple short exposures with camera 3 – the dithering is linked to camera 1.  This worked fine too, so I can take multiple RGB exposures with the TS 80mm triplet APO whilst taking a single narrowband image of the same region with the 2 Sky 90s.  How cool is that?


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